What To Eat and Drink In Peru

You’ve devoured tacos in Mexico, crêpes in France, and tortellini in Italy. Now it’s time to turn your attention to the hot new ingénue at the gastronomic tourism party: Peru. The capital city of Lima boasts the most buzzworthy restaurant scene in South America, with standouts like Central, Maido, and Astrid y Gaston outranking big names from Paris to Rome on lists of the world’s best. Even a full two weeks in the country won’t be nearly enough time to enjoy all the street food, haute cuisine, and exotic ingredients this agricultural powerhouse has to offer, but if you want to get to know the real Peru through her food and drinks, here‘s a shortlist to get you started.—Rebecca Baer

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